You may get into an unwelcome log-in loop with this password manager that automatically signs you into your accounts.
Thanks to a poorly designed user interface, it took us a few minutes to figure out how to use RoboSSO. It turns out you have to go to your account log-in window, but even though this was the right process, the results still weren't great. Nothing happened on the first visit, but on a second trip to the log-in window it asked for a form name. Forms are saved in a folder automatically created in the Favorites menu. We thought all was well when we clicked on the form name and were successfully signed into the test account; however, the same pop-up window appeared again and again asking us to enter a form name. We were able to click the cancel button to proceed, but it was still annoying. To make matters worse, RoboSSO kept signing back into an account after testers logged out. Internet Explorer had to be shut down before the loop ended.
RoboSSO has the beginnings of a handy log-in tool, but there are some bugs that need to be worked out before it will get our recommendation. Until then, we suggest you pass on this program.
RoboSSO is the top-rated Password Manager that completely automates password entering. Provides high security protection to prevent theft of Trojan or spyware. At present, people use accounts and passwords are increasingly frequent, but Trojan or spyware programs also has become more rampant. RoboSSO eliminates your security concerns during online activities.
Version 1.5 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.5 supports auto fill Web account.